Those who share this particular theological tradition askew "works." It is something we shun - but only when there is an attempt to link our works with God's act of salvation.
But surely those who have been saved are inclined to show forth the work of the One who has redeemed us! Let's make sure that our commitment to a theological principal does not blind us to the role God is calling us to take in the world.
I am also asking you to consider this yoking of "miracles" with "works." Have we become too limited in our ability to see the miraculous? Do we overlook the "work" of God's servants, because that work involves weeks or months of toil rather than the waving of a wand or utterance of some secret instructions?
Be it far from us to think that we can merit God's love by means of any work we might do. Be it also far from us to ignore the invitation to do the work which is at hand.